D-status of patientS with disHormonal diseases of reproductive organs and comorbid pathology
The article presents data on the prevalence of thyroid dysfunction, metabolic disorders in women with dishormonal pathology of reproductive organs. Based on the results of a survey of 150 patients with dishormonal combined diseases of the reproductive organs, a significant prevalence of thyroid dysfunction (43.7%) was found in overweight (46.7%) and vitamin D imbalance. Extremely severe vitamin D deficiency (8.98 ± 1.68 ng/ml) was found in 21.3%, vitamin D deficiency in 60.0% of the women in the main group. Only 18.7% of patients with dishormonal pathology of the reproductive organs and comorbid conditions had a close to optimal level of vitamin D (27.25 ± 1.45 ng/ml).
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